Sunday, September 3, 2017

[enter-talk] I FEEL LIKE GROUPS WITH MORE MEMBERS ARE MORE IDOL-LIKE


basically the post talk about how there's a distinction between 'idols' and 'artists'
and that it's hard to perceive a group that has too many members as 'artists'
even if there are producers/composers in the group, because of the big number, their skills isn't used to their fullest potential
OP mentions how Bigbang and Highlight have the 'right number' of people and can be perceived as artists, so groups who are 5-6 members are ideal, whereas more than 7 members groups with producers in them have more of an 'idol' image

post response:
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original post: here

ㅇㅇ |2017.09.03 19:55 신고하기
I agree, I think 7 should be the maximum
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ㅇㅇ |2017.09.03 19:20 신고하기
Personally, I think that 7 should be the max, I feel like anything above that just look like a bunch of people.... It just feels like their company is playing with their trainees
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ㅇㅇ |2017.09.03 20:06 신고하기
I think that 5 people is the perfect number, they all shine on stage evenly
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ㅇㅇ |2017.09.03 19:28 신고하기
But Seventeen can do everything, they compose all their songs
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ㅇㅇ |2017.09.03 23:26 신고하기
But when you look at a group who are 13 members, there are things that they do on stage that only 13 people can pull off
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ㅇㅇ |2017.09.04 00:07 신고하기
I don't think you're wrong, but look at Seventeen, they distribute each other's space well and they also compose their own music, I think this should be case by case
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